Google today announcing Photowall for Chromecast that will allow users of the Chromecast to beam photos to their TV in a collaborative way. Google recently launched the Chromecast outside US and later launched a Chromecast SDK for developers. Google is now trying to show and expand the Chromecast, in this effort it launched an app for iOS and Android devices called Photowall for Chromecast. For those who don’t know Chromecast is a little HDMI dongle for your TV for streaming video and music to the TV, with a mobile app you can send your movies, shows and music to your TV using your smartphone or tablet.
Photowall for Chromecast allows you and your friends collaboratively display images on your TV over real time. Once you are done with sending images to your TV, it will create a YouTube video of the pics that can be shared with anyone easily. All you need is Chromecast plugged in to your TV, then you can se up Photowall from your smartphone or tablet. Photowall app is available for Android, iPhone and iPad. Once you are done setting up you and your friends can send pictures directly to your big screen TV.
If you don’t have a Chromecast device you can still experiment with the app and try setting the Photowall for your computer screen. Chromecast is part of the Chrome Experiments. Photowall home page is live check out what is in for you, while you are at it check out the Intro video for Photowall below.